Agronomy

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Reduced tillage in permanent bed vegetable production

Reducing tillage in vegetable production can reduce input costs and is “softer” on the soil allowing biological process to build a more stable soil structure suitable for crop growth. Both the environmental and economic sustainability of the vegetable industry is …

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Anhydrous ammonia for vegetable crops: Could it be a viable proposition?

                Anhydrous ammonia has long been used as a preplant and side dressing fertiliser in the cotton and grain industries. It results in a high retention of nitrogen in the soil, reduced leaching …

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Pre-harvest effects on shelf-life and freshness of vegetables

The shelf-life and freshness is rated very highly by consumers when they buy vegetables. A recent project run jointly by AHR and the NSW Department of Primary Industries, has reviewed the latest scientific literature on pre-harvest effects on vegetable freshness …

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A new multi-faceted approach to soil-borne disease management in vegetables

This new project will provide Australian vegetable growers with the tools and solutions they need to manage the risk of crop losses due to soil-borne disease in the major vegetable growing regions in Australia. The multidisciplinary team that created the …

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VegNET – The National Vegetable Extension Network

Horticulture Innovation Australia has teamed up with members of the vegetable industry to develop VegNET (National Vegetable Extension Network). The aim of VegNET is to effectively communicate information to growers through 10 regionally-based extension projects, with coordination and support provided by …

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